Two students — a high school senior and a college freshman — may play in the same concert, but the two come from different backgrounds.
At 5:30 every morning, two hours and 40 minutes before the tardy bell rings, Mike Lewis gets to North View Elementary. He goes into the library of the 330-student elementary school, to laminate or cut papers for various teachers.
With a constant flow of cars rolling in to be washed and passing vehicles honking at Spinner, the company mascot, waving at the traffic by the side of the road, this weekend looks busy for the team at Crew Carwash.
Every day after school, Lisa Letsinger, the adviser of Muncie Central Schools’ National Honor Society, sees one NHS member checking the volunteer board to sign up for opportunities to serve his community.
We’ve all been lied to — dogs’ mouths are not, in fact, cleaner than human mouths, according to an award-winning third-grade science experiment.